beeyootiful. both the family & the fabric.
beautiful ikats and eyes- I was just looking at some pictures of DG in old age last night after looking thru Irish houses. Ikats are so pretty-cant wait to check out this link.thanks for sharing. G
Whoa, Jackson.Both: beautiful. Eyes + Ikat to die for. Perfect touch, Mrs. B.
An eye for an eyeA tooth for a toothan ikat for an ikat.
some gorgeous eyes !!!!it's funny how this pattern has become so 'hot' in the past few years !!i react to 'ikat' like i do 'flamestich'.i MUST love the colors.xx
Love ikat- the "Pomegranate" is my favorite. The eyes have it!
Ah the eyes ~ Love the Guiness family eyes.The ikat, not so much.The play on words, very much.
We drove by one of the Guiness' country estates outside Salisbury, England last year..it was perfect...big rambling Tudor house and lots of Range Rovers in the circle drive..all with ikat seat covers (just kidding!)
Such a great contrast between the refined icy blue and the warm ikat colors/pattern. Thanks for sharing these!tp
that is some blazer. i actually think my husband may be up for it. xo- Emilyhttp://wideopenspaces.squarespace.com/
what an amazing portrait! so ethereal.....
Mrs. Blandings - you do know this image is from the famous Vogue book?! I have always been haunted by this picture - those amazing Mitford eyes!
Emily - I did. More reason to haunt our bookstores. As someone said to me today, "Oh, that helps explain part of the appeal," referring to the sisters.
Thanks for the source for the ikat. I have been wanting to re-uphoster a chair with ikat material.I love you site and how you mix things.
Is that Daphne? Or is she on a different Guiness branch.
Philip - thanks, glad it was helpful.
PT&E - oh, darn, British lines are not my strength - we need Aesthete's Lament to fill us in.
Please properly credit the Guiness photo. It was taken by my father, Slim Aarons and is c Getty Images!Many thanks.
I've never been a fan of ikat... until I caught a glimpse of that dressing gown. Inspiring.
Mrs. Blandings,Would you happen to know the fabric on the dining chairs on the cover of Lonny? I'm obsessed and consider you all knowing. thank you.Marianne
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